ClickCease Water, Mold, Fire Cleanup and Restoration in Davidsonville, MD

Water, Mold, Fire Cleanup and Restoration
in Davidsonville, MD

Has a storm or plumbing mishap caused water damage in your home or office? Do you have mold growing on your walls, ceilings or floors? Or, has a fire consumed or charred your property leaving behind its devastation, along
with smoke, and soot?

Capital Property Recovery is here to help restore your damaged property, as well as get you back to living and working the way you were before the damage occurred. Our trained and certified technicians will respond within 60 minutes for a FREE damage assessment. We will work directly with your insurance company and can start right away with the process of cleaning up, drying out, and restoring your residential or commercial property.

At Capital Property Recovery, our goal is to restore your peace-of-mind and your residential or commercial property with expert care and integrity. Our team is well-equipped to repair and rebuild any structure on your property that is damaged.

As a one-stop source for loss mitigation and reconstruction services, you can rest assured that our top priority is always to first determine the ways in which we might be able to save as much of your property’s structure and contents as possible.


Capital Property Recovery provides emergency cleaning and restoration services
24 hours a day, 7 days a week — including holidays.
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Water Flood & Storm Damage Cleanup And Repair Davidsonville, MD

Water damage is one of the most common and potentially disastrous problems you can face as a homeowner or business owner. Excess water can create electrical hazards and cause extensive damage to the structural integrity of your property. Our restoration experts have an in-depth understanding and experience assessing water damage and use the latest technology and equipment to repair water, storm and flood damage.

Mold Removal & Remediation

Mold in your home or business can be dangerous or even deadly. While a professional can’t remove all traces of mold our technicians have the tools and expertise to track the source of mold, and are able to ensure that it is effectively controlled so that your environment is brought back to a healthy living condition.

Fire, Smoke and Soot Damage Restoration

If your home or business has suffered from fire, smoke, or soot damage, you probably have many concerns racing through your mind. Capital Property Recovery has a team of trained professionals who know how to tackle the after-effects of fire damage and restore indoor environments, remove all fire residues, neutralize soot and smoke contamination, and perform organic deodorization.

Why Choose Capital Property Recovery?

  • Licensed Contractors
  • On-Time Completion
  • Quick & Professional
  • Affordable & Easy To Work With
  • Great Service
  • We Are With You From Start To Finish

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Capital Property Recovery provides emergency cleaning and restoration services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week — including holidays. Our expert team will guide you through the clean-up and restoration process step by step and return your property to its original condition.

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Overview Of Davidsonville, Maryland

Situated less than 35 miles outside of Baltimore, the small exurb of Davidsonville, Maryland is an unincorporated community. It is often categorized as being semi-rural with its fair share of farmland and suburban developments. Located centrally in Anne Arundel County, it has no high-density housing or large commercial properties.

Similar to other historic places, the residents are generally of European descent, mainly German, Irish, English, and Italian. Over 95 percent of the residents view English as their only spoken language, and less than half have a college education. As of 2010, the Census Bureau has counted that there are 7,815 people living in the community.

Steeped in history, Davidsonville, Maryland was originally a Native American settlement, part of an Algonquin-speaking tribe. After European colonists arrived, the Native American tribes dispersed, leaving the area mainly a European settlement in the 18th century onwards.

The area receives plenty of rainfall and snowfall each year, totaling about 109 days per year of precipitation. Summers can average temperatures of over 88 degrees Fahrenheit while on average, the community receives about 12.5 inches of snowfall every year.

As Davidsonville is semi-rural, there are many nature-driven activities available to residents and visitors alike. Thr Davidsonville Park is a naturally beautiful place to gather outdoors complete with sports fields, hiking trails, picnicking areas, and the opportunity for boating on the river. Residents find the area ideal for dog-walking as well as playground activities in the great outdoors.

For those that enjoy interacting with animals, the Homestead Llamas farm offers a hands-on learning experience and weekend activity. While the Worry Farm is the perfect family spot for the holidays offering pumpkin picking and Christmas tree harvesting. Tourists can also learn more about farm animals while visiting and enjoy the quality corn maze.

For those more interested in a luxury dining experience, the Vineyards at Dodon offer personalized wine tasting opportunities. Guided tours of the vineyard are also available as well as a mini history lesson about the quality of the wines produced in the region.